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Students at a secondary school in South Yorkshire are being tracked by microchips sewn in their uniforms as part of a trial.
The radio frequency identification system monitors pupils' movements, and automatically logs their attendance on the teacher's computer. It can also alert teachers if a student is likely to misbehave.
The trial involves 10 students in whose uniforms this chip was embedded about eight months ago.